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Early embryo viability assessment (Eeva) test

Summary

Early embryo viability assessment (Eeva) test

EEVA, or Early Embryo Viability Assessment, is a non–invasive test that uses imaging to measure and assess the ideal embryos for transfer in IVF treatment. If a healthy embryo is used for IVF transfer, there is a greater chance of success. This is a fairly new assessment procedure that promises improvement in resolving infertility issues in couples.

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